1900s Washburn Parlor Guitar

by Luke the Drifter on June 1, 2011

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1900s Washburn Parlor Guitar in a no reserve auction. We can’t nail the model down here. Time to invest in the Washburn book. If anyone can identify it please chime in. Seller says it has a crack from the base of the bridge to the body. Some buckle wear on the back and play wear on the top. The bridge looks like a replacement to us… not a great job. This is was obviously a high end instrument when it was new and that still comes through. The neck inlay is stunning. Looks like Brazilian Rosewood on the back. With soft case. Very cool.

1900s Washburn Parlor Guitar – Heritage Auctions

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